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BRAIN DRAIN IN THIRD WORLD



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Brain drain is a phenomenon in which many educated and skilled people in one State emigrate to and work in another State where there are attractive remunerations and conditions of service. Some scholars perceive brain drain as a form of neocolonialism in which the imperial powers sometimes entice away clever people, capable professionals and specialists in the third world by offering them better salaries and conditions of service in the first world. It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you brain drain in the third world. It clearly explains the brain drain in Africa. It throws light on the high level of brain drain in Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana and South Africa. It analyzes the brain drain in Asia. It sheds light on the high level of brain drain in India, Malaysia, New Zealand and Nepal. It appraises the brain drain in Latin America and Caribbean. It casts light on the high level of brain drain in Columbia, Argentina, Chile, Haiti, Cuba and Jamaica. It evaluates the brain drain in the Middle East. It highlights the high level of brain drain in Iran and Israel. The emigration statistics is badly stacked against those States. It lays emphasis on the solutions to brain drain. It offers several strategies that can be used to curb the high rate of brain drain in the third world. It discusses how to reduce brain drain to a barest minimum. And it remains to be seen if we can have the desire to apply ourselves to this end.

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